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The Israeli film "Zero Motivation" picked up a top prize on Thursday at the Tribeca Film Festival, winning best narrative feature, while the U.S. film "Point and Shoot" was named best documentary.
Upcoming hearings on whether Mississippi Power Co. should be able to get customers to pay for its Kemper County power plant have been postponed.
State regulators have given Pacific Gas & Electric Co. the OK to complete demolition of a Central California power plant after an initial attempt left several people injured.
Underground fire causes evacuation, power outages on firstcoastnews.com: http://www.firstcoastnews.com/story/news/local/2014/04/23/yates-ymca-fire/8046593/ According to JEA spokesperson Gerri Boyce, 100 large commercial customers are currently without power as crews work to make repairs.
Houston-based Post Oak Energy Capital LP is investing big in oil production in the Delaware Basin and West Texas.
An explosion on Wednesday shut a natural gas-processing plant in Wyoming that can churn out about 2 percent of the daily U.S. gas supply, and a nearby town was evacuated though no injuries were reported.
Austin City Council may consider next week whether to approve negotiations for a $9 million contract for the planning and design of an Austin Energy office building.
The system, referred to as Solar IV, will capable of generating up to 2 megawatts of power, or 3 million kilowatt-hours of power a year.
Officials with Consumers Energy said they're committed to helping find a new use for the site of a coal-fired power plant in western Michigan that's scheduled to close in two years.
GRANDMA June Eastham was left fuming at her energy company after her boiler broke down and flooded a storage room at her house.
Allowing an oilsands company to resume operations in an area where it is still trying to fix persistent bitumen leaks is undermining the credibility of Alberta's energy regulator, say environmental groups.
Duke Energy told North Carolina lawmakers Tuesday that removing all of the company's coal ash away from the state's rivers and lakes would take decades and cost up to $10 billion, with its electricity customers likely footing nearly all the bill.
The company announced the $1.6 million investment Tuesday. The state of Mississippi will give Acco $150,000 to modify a building and the Tennessee Valley Authority will also assist.
That was the day when, in the heat of the election campaign, NDP leader Adrian Dix announced in Kamloops that he doesn't support the expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline to its Burnaby terminal, because Vancouver shouldn't become a "major oil port."
When a city like Carson, home to one large oil refinery and next-door neighbor to another, hard by the junction of two major freeways and site of both a Cal State campus and a Major League Soccer stadium, slaps a moratorium on hydraulic fracturing because of environmental questions, you know fracking of California's vast oil and gas reserves is no ... (more)